Here is the day 3 severe weather outlook. This product is
routinely issued once each morning around 1045 a.m. This is our forecast of
where we believe any severe weather may occur during this entire outlook period.
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM FORECAST DISCUSSION:
SUMMARY FOR THE PERIOD FROM 1200 UTC THURSDAY TO 1200 UTC FRIDAY [10/02/14 - 10/03/14]
* ISOLATED OR WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS AND PERHAPS SOME THUNDER IS POSSIBLE.
THE INFLUENCE OF A SEASONABLY STRONG MID- TO UPPER LEVEL CLOSED LOW ACROSS THE
EASTERN CANADIAN ROCKIES FRONT RANGE INDUCES TROUGHING SOUTHEAST ACROSS OUR
COVERAGE REGION. MEANWHILE...A SURFACE LOW AND COLD FRONT WILL ALSO DIVE
SOUTHEAST ACROSS THE REGION AS WELL.
...DISCUSSION - NO AREAS DEFINED...
MOISTURE WILL BE LIMITED SO INSTABILITY WILL BE MEAGER AT BEST. BUT THE FLOW
ALOFT WILL BE DECENT. ACCORDINGLY...CONVECTION IS NOT FORECAST BUT A FEW RUMBLES
OF THUNDER ARE POSSIBLE.
...(PDS)SIGNIFICANT/MAJOR SEVERE OUTBREAK DETAILS...
...THE NEXT REGULAR FORECAST UPDATE...
THE NEXT DAY-3 UPDATE IS SCHEDULED FOR NEXT SPRING.
NOTICE: This is the final day 3 outlook issued for this
severe weather season. This product resumes again next spring.
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